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JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon: U.S. unprepared for ‘worst case’

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JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is issuing a stark warning, stating many U.S. businesses and investors are unprepared for the possibility of the Federal Reserve raising interest rates to a staggering 7 percent. ...

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Republicans remain divided with days left to avert shutdown

As the deadline to fund the government and avert a shutdown draws near, House Republicans find themselves deeply divided, despite initial hopes of reaching a compromise. While the House of Representatives successfully ...

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Pro-life leaders call out Trump for softening stance on abortion

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Leading pro-life organizations are expressing concern about former President Donald Trump’s recent statements about his position on abortion. He called Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ six-week ban “a terrible thing” and abandoned a push ...

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Nikki Haley calls for return to faith during Iowa event

Presidential candidate Nikki Haley had a simple solution for the nation’s problems during a faith and family event in Iowa last weekend. “We’ve lost that faith in God, faith in the American ...

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Progressive pro-life Democrat joins 2024 presidential race

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The latest person to join the 2024 presidential race has an unusual policy position. Despite being a progressive Democrat, Terrisa Bukovinac is pro-life. She is the founder of the Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising, ...

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Mortgage applications tumble to lowest levels in three decades

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As monthly mortgage payments reached a record high, mortgage applications fell to their lowest level in nearly 30 years. Redfin reports that mortgage payments have reached a near-record high due to over ...

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More than half of Americans report being in contact with dead relative

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Ancient practices apparently are alive and well in a supposedly scientific age. More than half of Americans reported interacting with dead relatives through dreams and other means, according to new survey results ...

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Americans remember 22nd anniversary 9/11 terror attacks

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Monday is Patriot Day, which marks the 22nd anniversary of 9/11 terrorist attacks. On this day in 2001, almost 3,000 people were killed in a series of coordinated attacks involving commercial airplanes. The ...

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‘Privacy nightmare:’ Automakers abusing your personal data

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Auto manufacturers are not protecting consumer privacy while collecting driver data. The Mozilla Foundation’s recently released “Privacy Not Included” survey concluded that automakers sold or shared much of their consumers’ personal data, ...

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After historic increase, travel costs leveling off

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The increase in travel costs is leveling off as 2023 moves into fall. The good news can’t come at a better time for travelers. Industry data shows airfares rose a shocking 72% ...

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Ministering to Maui children with book, ‘Do You Wonder Why?’

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In the wake of the devastating fire that swept through Lahaina, Maui, on August 8, leaving unimaginable destruction and heartache, Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) has extended its compassionate hand to the resilient ...

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US to conduct massive nationwide emergency test

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In early October, a nationwide test of the emergency alert system (EAS) will be conducted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The test comes with ...

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3M agrees to $12.5 billion settlement over ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water

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Chemical manufacturer 3M has agreed to major concessions in a revised settlement proposal with several public drinking water systems across the U.S. The new settlement terms include paying billions of dollars more ...

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The King’s College in NYC cancels classes, may lose accreditation

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The King’s College in New York City once was considered an important Christian institution in an influential cultural center. Now it is expected to lose its accreditation. The Middle States Commission on ...

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$280 billion in Covid relief went to criminals

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More than $280 billion in U.S. Covid-19 relief went to criminals in and out of the United States, according to an Associated Press analysis. So massive is the sum, it dwarfs the $75 ...

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100 law clerks pen letter defending Justice Clarence Thomas

More than 100 former law clerks for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas have signed an open letter that stands as a defense of his integrity against media reports suggesting he received inappropriate ...

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Dollar stores lock up merchandise as shoplifting spikes

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An epidemic of shoplifting is spreading across the nation with retailers reporting the loss of tens of billions of dollars. Now, even discount dollar stores are feeling the “pinch.” According to Yahoo ...

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They lost all, but Maui ministries still serving

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The Salvation Army lost its Lahaina Lighthouse Corps complex to the fires on the Hawaiian island of Maui, including the administrative building, church, thrift store, and residential quarters for its staff. All ...

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Judge could move Georgia election case to federal court

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The Fulton County, Georgia case against former President Donald Trump could be moved to federal court. The decision will be based on whether Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has jurisdiction over ...

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SBC resumes search after president resigns over falsified resume

The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) continues to interview new candidates after Willie McLaurin, acting president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee, resigned after admitting that he had lied on his resume. ...

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Joe the Plumber dies at 49

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Joe Wurzelbacher, a.k.a. “Joe the Plumber,” passed away on Sunday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Wurzelbacher made his political debut in 2008 when he questioned then-candidate Barack Obama. Wurzelbacher, an Air ...

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Government now going after ceiling fans

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Ceiling fans are the latest target of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) which is proposing new regulations on energy use. The rules have already stirred controversy similar to that over new ...

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What to know: Trump arrest, mugshot, return to Twitter

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Former President Donald Trump surrendered himself Aug. 24 to authorities at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, Georgia at approximately 7:36 p.m. Eastern in which a mugshot was taken. He is one ...

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Judge rules that farmers market can’t ban Christian farmer

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A federal judge in Michigan ruled this week that the city of East Lansing can’t ban a local business owner from taking part in a farmers market because he refuses for religious ...

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U.S. urges Americans to leave Belarus as Poland, Lithuania close borders

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As Russia’s war on Ukraine rages on, the U.S. Embassy in Belarus is urging Americans to leave “immediately”. The advisory comes as NATO members begin constructing physical barriers on their borders to ...

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